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Shopping Cart - Part 2

 
Murat Balkan
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Hi all,
I have seen different posts about placing a SLSB as Facade in front of the Shopping Cart , which is SFSB. I have one question here. SLSB wont remember its state on the next method call. So how will it find the right EJBObject for the Shopping Cart SFSB?
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Murat
 
Andr� Salvati
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In your database...
 
Murat Balkan
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Hi Andre,
Can you be more spesific? It is about storing current sessions in a table?
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Samuel Pessorrusso
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Originally posted by Andr� Salvati:
In your database...


This would work for logged customers, what about not logged customers or users without profiles ?

Besides, doing this you would use much resources in you business tier for users that are just curious about your site and won't buy anything.

Regards
[ June 23, 2006: Message edited by: Samuel Pessorrusso ]
 
Dan Drillich
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Hi Murat,

My advice is not to rush to SLSB as a Facade in front of the Shopping Cart. BTW, the discussions about stateless or statefull beans can become quite emotional at times and therefore you really need to use _your_ own best judgment.

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Dan
 
Andr� Salvati
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Originally posted by Samuel Pessorrusso:


This would work for logged customers, what about not logged customers or users without profiles ?

Besides, doing this you would use much resources in you business tier for users that are just curious about your site and won't buy anything.

Regards

[ June 23, 2006: Message edited by: Samuel Pessorrusso ]



Ok. You could put the state in a HttpServletSession, before service invocation. This is a lighter design than the first one I've suggested.
[ June 26, 2006: Message edited by: Andr� Salvati ]
 
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